Not sure if anyone has interest in reef keeping or marine fish breeding but figured I’d share this as it is very exciting for me. Along with Disney pins I have another hobby Saltwater Husbandry or caring for saltwater aquariums. I currently only have a small nano reef tank running as that’s all my life permits at the moment. On to the point. In this tank I have a mated pair Amphiprion ocellaris or as most people know them Clownfish or as most kids or Disney fans know them as Nemo fish. I’ve had this pair for about 2 years now. A few days ago the pair started acting a little different. Any time I would try to do anything to the tank the female would immediately hide and the male would attack what ever I was doing. I also took note that the female was much plumper then her normal. The next day I noticed the male acting strange around a coral patch he had been cleaning off for the past few months. As I looked closer I noticed he was fanning a clutch of eggs with his pectoral fins. I’ve noticed this type of behavior before but have never found a clutch of eggs. I’m not sure if they have laid eggs before or this is their first time or they moved there hatching spot to the front of the tank. I’m extremely excited. It’s in a great spot with a whole bunch of coral surrounding them right in the front of the tank. Anyway thanks for reading here are the pictures. Not the best I took them on my phone.